- Jira Service Management
Enhanced sprint planning and workload balancing based on flexible summation of estimates and logged work
Sum up estimates for issues and / or sub-tasks!
Agile Planning is integrated on Jira Agile or Kanban boards. Different modes support summing up parent issues and / or subtasks in the way your team chooses. You can toggle through the modes directly on the popup.
Switch between an issue and assignee based list!
View original / remaining estimates and logged work aggregated by issues, assignees or status. Easily toggle between the aggregation modes on the popup.
Sum up by column on Sprint and Kanban boards!
Keep an eye on sums of issues / sub-tasks during your Scrum or Kanban meetings. View original / remaining estimates and logged work aggregated by the columns of your Sprint or Kanban board.
While supporting many agile projects and scrum teams regarding methods and tools we very often encountered a critical demand for enhanced information on the Jira Boards.
Typically a development team needs to check the estimated workload for team members as well as stories (parent issues) basing on the work breakdown: original estimations, remaining estimations and logged work. But this is not easily done for two reasons: first of all Jira does not completely show sums of sub tasks and secondly there is no comparison on this level.
1. Enhanced in place solution for sprint or Kanban workload planning!
2. Sum up estimates for issues and / or sub-tasks!
3. Switch between different aggregation modes: grouped by issues (e.g. user stories), assignees, status and columns of boards!
4. Detect deviations from original estimates easily!
If you are interested in a solution that compares the above mentioned with resource planning (assignments) you should visit our AIM Resource Management Plugin.
Privacy and security
Detect deviations from original estimates easily: If a sprint is started and the team would raise remaining estimates this is highlighted in column difference. The team can check and discuss these cases in dailies e.g.